Vice President Kamala Harris is accused of hypocrisy due to her support of abortion while also using the Bible to push the coronavirus vaccine on Americans.
Harris uttered the following phrase: “I do believe that the act of getting vaccinated is the very essence — the very essence — of what the Bible tells us when it says, ‘love thy neighbor.’ Right?” A crowd of liberals applauded.
“It’s always laughable,” writes the Western Journal, “when Democrats start thumping their (probably borrowed) Bibles to preach to Christians.”
Harris made these comments in South Carolina while working with the Biden administration towards the goal of having 70 percent of Americans vaccinated by July 4th. She also made similar comments in Las Vegas and in Detroit.
Harris said, “You know, a couple weeks ago, I was down in Atlanta at Ebenezer Baptist Church. And it was good to be back there.”
She continued, “And the church — of course, you all know this is the church where Dr. King preached until the day he died.”
“And today, it is a place of worship. But as most places of worship, also a place of healing; it is a vaccination site,” she said. “Then and now, a place of healing.”
“And when I was there, I talked with a bunch of folks and, in particular, I met with a bunch of folks who had just been vaccinated and the health care workers who administered the vaccines. And I said then what I will repeat today: I do believe that the act of getting vaccinated is the very essence — the very essence — of what the Bible tells us when it says, ‘love thy neighbor.’ Right?” she asked the approving crowd.
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Getting vaccinated embodies the spirit of “love thy neighbor.” pic.twitter.com/vgi0DFq27B
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) July 11, 2021